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[BOOTANIMATION][DEC 27] Original Nexus 720p

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BlackDino

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This is a flashable,
flash through CMW

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Dec 27th - added the all white animation thanks to brchickery
 

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Auron694

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The only thing i have to do is flash it from recovery like i did with the update? So, i don't remember the name of the option, but something like "flash choosing from sdcard"?
Thanks,
Simone
 

Optimusg2x

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I like the old boot animation better than the new one. Thanks for posting your work.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda premium
 

sluflyer06

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Diggin this, thanks. Looks very nice on the GN screen.

If anyone doesn't want to flash this thru CWM just pull the bootanimation.zip out of the CWM zip and copy/paste it with root explorer into your \system\media and its good to go. (4.0.3) I re-named my stock boot bootanimation.zipBAK so it was there in case of a problem.
 

Auron694

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Diggin this, thanks. Looks very nice on the GN screen.

If anyone doesn't want to flash this thru CWM just pull the bootanimation.zip out of the CWM zip and copy/paste it with root explorer into your \system\media and its good to go. (4.0.3) I re-named my stock boot bootanimation.zipBAK so it was there in case of a problem.

I don't know why, but i can't do this because root explorer says that system/media is a read-only folder...
 
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NitrozKC

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Cheers Black Dino. I will implement it in my latest release. I prefer the old boot animation anyways.

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I don't know why, but i can't do this because root explorer says that system/media is a read-only folder...

Select the "R/W" option at the top of Root Explorer. Thats if your rooted.
 

Auron694

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Cheers Black Dino. I will implement it in my latest release. I prefer the old boot animation anyways.

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Select the "R/W" option at the top of Root Explorer. Thats if your rooted.

When I click on Mount R/W nothing happens, and i can't still rename the file...
EDIT: Uhm... Titanium Backup says my phone is not rooted... how can i know if it's rooted or not? Superuser is installed on my phone, so i thought it was rooted...
EDIT 2: i did it! My phone wasn't rooted... i'm a noob...
 
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BlackDino

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When I click on Mount R/W nothing happens, and i can't still rename the file...
EDIT: Uhm... Titanium Backup says my phone is not rooted... how can i know if it's rooted or not? Superuser is installed on my phone, so i thought it was rooted...
EDIT 2: i did it! My phone wasn't rooted... i'm a noob...

if your not rooted you will probably have to use adb
 

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